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Changing family in comparative perspective : Asia and the United States

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Title: Changing family in comparative perspective : Asia and the United States
Authors: Mason, Karen Oppenheim
Tsuya, Noriko O.
Choe, Minja Kim
LC Subject Headings: Families - Asia
Families - United States
East-West Center
Nihon University. University Research Center
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: Honolulu : East-West Center
Series/Report no.: An East-West Center book
Abstract: Contents: Family formation in Japan, South Korea, and the United States: an overview / Shunichi Inoue -- Changing marriage patterns in South Korea / Minja Kim Choe -- Changing significance of marriage in the United States / Larry L. Bumpass -- Time allocation between employment and housework in Japan, South Korea, and the United States / Noriko O. Tsuya, Larry L. Bumpass -- Wives' economic decision-making power in the family: five Asian countries / Karen Oppenheim Mason -- Dealing with a double day: role strain among married working women in Japan and South Korea / Tim Futing Liao --Husbands' drinking and spouses' well-being in Japan and South Korea / Eise Yokoyama, Noriko O. Tsuya -- Intergenerational relations in South Korea / Moon-Sik Hong, Yong-Chan Byun -- Intergenerational contact in the United States and Japan / Ronald R. Rindfuss, R. Kelly Raley -- Family and intergenerational income transfers in Taiwan / Andrew Mason, Tim Miller -- Family processes and their implications for families in the future / Larry L. Bumpass, Karen Oppenheim Mason -- Appendix: summary of main project surveys.
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Pages/Duration: 258 p.
Rights: Copyright East-West Center
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